2003-2004: Played in all 31 games last season, tallying 12 points (9g, 3a), including one short-handed goal and two game-winning goals ... Led the team in even-strength tallies with eight ... Notched eight (6g, 2a) of his 12 points in ECAC contests ... Scored the game-winning goal in 2-0 win at Harvard, named 3rd Star ... Tallied a goal and an assist in 6-0 win over Yale ... Scored the game-winning goal in 4-1 win over Clarkson ... Notched an assist on Dersch's second goal the next night in 8-0 win over St. Lawrence ... Scored a short-handed goal in 3-3 tie at Cornell ... Scored his fifth goal of the year to give Brown a 1-0 lead in 1-1 tie with Findlay ... Scored his sixth goal of the season in 6-2 win over Merrimack ... Notched a goal, and an assist on the winning goal, in 3-2 win over Lowell ... Scored his 8th even-strength goal of the year at Princeton, giving Brown a 4-2 lead in the 5-2 win ... Scored his ninth goal of the year to put Brown up 2-0 in 2-2 tie with Union, earning 2nd Star honors ... Selected to the ECAC Honor Roll twice during the season ... One of 11 Bears named to the ECAC All-Academic Squad.
2002-2003: Moved up to Brown's top line in mid-February, notching 10 of his 11 points, while playing with Haggett and Brent Robinson ... Tallied 2-4-6 numbers in ECAC contests ... Notched at least on point in five straight games, including three points in the Bears' First Round playoff series with Princeton ... Notched his first point of the year with an assist in 1-1 tie with RPI ... Tallied an assist on Santini's game-winning goal in 5-2 win over Colgate ... Scored his first goal of the year to give Bears 2-0 lead in 3-0 win at Vermont ... Had a two -assist night in 4-4 tie with St. Lawrence ... Scored a goal the next night, in 3-3 tie with Clarkson ... Scored the game-tying goal in game-one against Princeton ... Had the game-winning goal and added an assist, earning 1st Star honors, in game two against Princeton in the ECAC First Round, en route to ECAC Player of the Week recognition ... Assisted on Robinson's game-winning goal in overtime in game-one at Yale ... Added an assist on Robinson's empty-netter in game three, as Brown won the series two games to one.
2001-2002: Swon played in 19 of 31 games for Brown, missing nine due to injury ... The third-leading rookie scorer on the team, he finished his first season with 2-4-6 numbers, including 1-3-4 totals against ECAC teams ... Both of his goals were game-winners ... Finished the season with a +2 rating ... Tallied his first collegiate point with an assist against Princeton ... Scored his first career goal, the game-winner, in the very next game, a 4-1 win over #2 St. Cloud ... Earned third point of the season in the next game with an assist against UConn ... Scored the game-winning goal in 4-2 win over Union, his second game-winner of the season ... Had a two-assist weekend, with assists at Princeton and at Yale.
Before Brown: Swon played with the Tri-City Storm, where he tallied 15 goals and 20 assists for 35 points in 2000-2001. Prior to that, he spent a year at The Hotchkiss School after attending Seton Hall Prep in West Orange, New Jersey where his team won the New Jersey State Championship in 1997. He was also a member of the golf team while at both Seton Hall Prep and Hotchkiss.
Personal: Christopher James Swon is the son of Jerry and Jane Swon of Mendham, New Jersey ... Chris has three brothers, John, 29, Jerry, 27, and Tom, 19 ... Interests: Golf ... Major: Business Economics and History.